Commercial Building Inspections – A Baseline Commercial Building Inspection Includes Site characteristics (paving, landscaping, and utilities), Structural frame and building envelope, Roof
surface, Mechanical and electrical systems, Plumbing systems, Heating systems, Air
conditioning, and ventilation systems, and Vertical transportation.
Foundation Measurements (Zip Levels) – A zip level is used to measure the foundation and note
the different elevations at each corner of the home. This tool assures that you know exactly
where the foundation has moved and by how much.
Mold Assessments – CBRES will locate and detect hidden microbial growth, the source, hidden
water intrusion sources, moisture issues, plumbing leaks, and water damage. Inspector will also assess mold
contamination in HVAC systems and ductwork.
Moisture Intrusion Inspections – Moisture intrusion is the presence of unsafe amounts of moisture
in a structure that could cause accidents, damage to building materials, or mold growth. CBRES
will perform a water intrusion inspection for signs of water damage with hand-held moisture
Multi-Family Buildings – A multi-family home is a single building that’s set up to accommodate
more than one family living separately. That can range from a duplex, which has two dwellings
within a single building, to homes or small apartment buildings with up to four units.
Repair Estimate Reports – Receive a detailed and accurate report with estimated repair costs for
the issues found in your inspection report.
Residential Property Inspections – A professional property inspection is an impartial third-party
visual evaluation of the physical structure, foundation, electrical, plumbing, heating,
air-conditioning, roof, built-in appliances, interior and exterior walls, doors, and windows.
Thermal Imaging Infrared Scan – Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive
technology that allows the inspector to show homeowners things about their homes that can’t be
revealed using conventional inspection methods.
Thermal Imaging/Infrared Scans – Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show homeowners things about their homes that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods.
Warranty Inspections – Cliff-Bell provides this service to new home buyers near the end of their first-year builder warranty period.
This inspection is used to identify any deficiencies that may be covered under the builder’s warranty just before the builder’s warranty expires.
Bank Draw Inspection – Commonly confused with phase inspections or HUD or 203K inspections, draw inspections, also known as progress inspections or completion evaluations, verify the advancement of a construction project—residential or otherwise—for lenders. By cross-checking draw inspection reports against those of a contractor, banks can protect their investments. For example, when an inspector finishes a draw inspection, their report helps confirm that the contractor completed their work before the bank disperses funds or draws.
HUD 203K Rehab Inspection – A 203k loan program is essentially a rehab mortgage that gives a buyer the opportunity to purchase a home in need of repairs through a single loan.